Jennifer Nix

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Jennifer Nix, according to her bio at New Politics Institute where she is a fellow, "is a former National Public Radio producer ("On the Media") and staff writer for Variety. Her writing has also appeared in New York, The New York Observer, The Nation, Village Voice, National Law Journal , Salon, AlterNet, FireDogLake, DailyKos and other media outlets and blogs. As editor-at-large for Chelsea Green Publishing, Jennifer acquired George Lakoff's Don't Think of an Elephant and pioneered an online marketing model that resulted in Lakoff's work spending several months on the New York Times' and other bestseller lists. As an NPI Fellow, and with Working Assets Publishing, Jennifer recently launched a new book, Glenn Greenwald's How Would a Patriot Act? Produced in less than 12 weeks, the book received unprecedented coverage on the top progressive blogs, rocketing it from obscurity to the No. 1 spot on Amazon before it was released or formally announced, and quickly became a New York Times bestseller. She can be reached at jennifer.nix [at] gmail [dot] com." [1]

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